Here is a photo of yesterday’s session – in progress! This was supposed to be posted in real time, but I sent it to the wrong address. 🙁 Thanks to everyone who attended and participated in the great discussion!Continue reading "‘new tools & new strategies’ session"
At this year’s National Technology Conference offers even less internet connectivity than past years. Although I was able to use wifi in the common area, today it is password-protected! In the hotel rooms we are asked to pay $16/day for a wired connection. I’m told that presenters will get a pass word for their session, …Continue reading "The mind boggles"
Next stop on my March Madness World Tour: Seattle and N-TEN’s 2006 National Technology Conference. I will be leading a panel featuring the illustrious Alexandra Samuel and Victor D’Allant. We will be in the first session of the first day of the conference so don’t misss out. You snooze you lose. 😉 During the same …Continue reading "See you in Seattle"
Lest you think that the end of my job at Planned Parenthood meant the end of my globetrotting… I have got my own personal world tour coming up in March. I will be out of town on 3 different trips for a total of 15 days. I will be doing a presentation for work on …Continue reading "March madness"
So Ed Batista blogged the same session that I did below. Compare and contrast. It’s sort of funny since a year ago I was being a big thorn in his side about not encouraging blogging and distributed input at this conference. David Geilhufe asks the perpetual question, “So why is NTEN hellbent on making NTC …Continue reading "Changes"
The session on harnessing networking tools for social change started with Marty‘s standard explanation of the growing power of autonomous social networks. Good stuff.Continue reading "Networking for social change"
I had an interesting conversation with someone here who said that her boss wanted to strangle Esther Dyson after her talk today. ED had talked about how it’s at least as important for nonprofits to get more efficient, not just to innovate and do new things all the time. She pretty directly said that nonprofits …Continue reading "Processing Esther"
Discussion: what other cool things are out there and how we can use tools like these in our work…Continue reading "Ami & Katrin, part 2"